FCC just released a certification for Nokia TA-1374 that seems to be the new model of the Nokia smartphone. This model number first popped up in the IECEE database back in July with not so many details except that the device could be heading to Australia, New Zealand, and EU regions.
The FCC documents revealed a bit more info about the upcoming device and it seems it will be a 5G device that will also support two Wi-Fi bands, BT 5.1, NFC and will be coming with FM radio too.
This device will be coming with a 4370 mAh battery, which is similar to the capacity of the battery used in the Nokia X20 (4470 mAh). It also seems that the battery of TA-1374 could be charged up to with 24W charging since the adapter tested with the device supports fast charging. Somehow I think it will support the classic 18W fast charging.
The label location diagram reveals the shape of the device, which is similar to the shape of the latest Nokia devices, and the diagram also shows that the device will be coming with a Google Assistant button and a 3.5 mm jack on the bottom.
Since this is a new model number, maybe we are seeing the first specs of the Nokia C300 that was mentioned by Evleaks, or the Nokia G50 that popped up in a video just recently. Whatever it is, it seems that Nokia Mobile is ready to announce it.